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clinton's presidency, including george w. bush. on the diplomatic front, it has two elements -- deterrence and engagement. all countries in asia as well as the united states seek deeper relations with chine into and want to make sure that country does not become an expansionist regional bully. getting the balance between those two elements is hard to do and easy to criticize. there is, however, a broader aspect to asia policy, one that is constructive. at the center of this is the transpacific partnership. it would not only be the largest trade deal in decades if it happened involving most of asia's economies, perhaps including china, but it would strongly reinforce american tile rules about free and open trade worldwide. yet the president has not been able to get the fast track authority that makes it possible to negotiate such a trade deal. the democratic party, once the greatest champion of free trade, has turned its back on it. a sat shift in a once open and optimistic party. and in recent years, republican support for trade has also gotten much weaker. america's military strategy in a
a continuation of u.s. foreign policy since bill clinton's president, including george w. bush. on the diplomatic front, it has two elements col: deterrence sk gau -- and engagement. they have deep ties with asia. getting the balance between those two elements is hard to do and easy to criticize. there is, however, a broader is constructive.olicy, one that at the center of this is the transpacific partnership. it would not only be the largest trade deal in decades if it happened involving most of asia's economies, but it would reestablish america's rules about foreign trade worldwide. yet the president has not been able to get the fast track authority that makes it possible to negotiate such a trade deal. the democratic party wan, once greatest party of free trade, has turned its back on it. and in recent years, republican support for trade has also gotten much weaker. it requires significant budgets, and these are true from both sides of the aisle. public support for any type of ambitious, generous foreign policy is pretty low these days. the most worrying obstacle to a serious american strategy
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